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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 2, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper for ONUTYvjLOBE newspaper that makes all North lowans HOME VOL AiiocUted Frew United Preii International Full Lease Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 160 neighbors 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Four fl THEYRE RELAXED Iowas young quarterbacks John Szykowney Pitts burgh Pa bottom and John Cal houn Mason City listen to music for relaxation while football fans are all in a dither about the IowaMinnesota foot ball game at Minneapolis Saturday The AP Photofax two figure in the Hawkeye plans Szykowney a good passer may move into the starting quarterback slot with star Wilburn Hollis going to left half Calhoun a former Mohawk gridder has done all of Iowas punting Both are sophomores N Integrate manpower in NATO Yanks train with Germans By LOYAL GOULD HEIDELBERG Germany Joe Pierre and can French and German sol eating working buddy ing and rooming together Strange as it might seem to soldiers of World Wars I and II they are doing it here in a NATO experiment in manpower inte gration A GI aamed Joe Murphy a French corporal named Pierre G Brasseur and a German Pfc named Kurt Tag tumbled out of their barracks today for roll by a German army sergeant on a U S base here THE THREE ate a breakfast cjnn siuu iu uac UJCBU imojiivj prepared by French cooks and a dPid T d Kennedv taunted Nixon for bringing ever be taken withoutthe full WASHINGTON Members of the American Society of Newspaper Editors each predicting for their own state say Richard Nixon will win 28 states with 314 electoral votes in next weeks election In their opinion Sen John Kennedy will capture only 19 stages with 209 electoral votes UNITED NATIONS N and her Com munist supporters lost their fight for an immediate U N Assembly airing of charges the United States plans an invasion of Cuban soil But the vote was closer than many expected 4529 LOS report on marathon deliber ations in the second murder trial of Dr R Bernard Finch and Carole Tregoff may be ordered Thursday by the trial judge if the jurors do not agree by then Kennedy derides IkeNixon show LOS ANGELES UP A new and mocking note toward Vice President RichardNixon again entered Sen John Kennedys may be Macmillan said I tone Wednesday a day that found him engulfed by supporters am perfectiy then went to a class in advanced automobilemechanics Tonight they may hit town together Weve all got a Mr Nixon spent two hours enemy now so we must forgetjand a in lhe white house asking the President to go with Eisenhower into the campaign in the closing days be Douglas Aircraft plant in Long Beach Ken I Protests in Britain on atom missile sub base head off outcry Opposed by Laborites LONDON UP The British government launched a public relations campaign Wednesday in an effort to avert an outcry against the basing of US nuclear missile submarines ini Scotland j As the first voice of protest were raised the government in vited leading officials of 12 towns and counties in the Clyde area to a meeting at Greenock Thursday to discuss the base agreement The invitations were sent out by John MacLay sec retary of state for Scotland Prime Minister Harold Mac millan told the House of Com mons Tuesday that Holy Loch the Clyde yachting center 30 miles from Glasgow would Be come a Polaris submarine base next February iUBMARINE tender and eventually a floating dock along with 1500 US navy per sonnel will be stationed there to service submarines that can fire the 1200tol500mile range Polaris missile from under wa ter Moscow radio warned that the Polaris base would be the tar get for an inevitable retali atory blow if used for aggres sion Labor members of Commons at once attacked the arrange ment saying the people of Scotland would resent exposure o destruction THE INDEPENDENT London Times said however that the submarine deterrent is a much less hairtrigger business than the landbased rocket and would help to remove some American anxieties about the balance of power In Washington US officials xpressed surprise at Macmil lans statement that he expects Britain to be consulted before any Polaris missiles are fired rom submarines serviced at he Scottish base Wherever these submarines Phptofax CROWN is the first photo for the crown prince of Iran newborn son of Shad Pahlevi and Queen Far ah Diba He is the first son born to the shah in his three marriages no deci don to use these missiles will Ike joins Nixon on the stump NEW YORK UPI Vice President Richard Nixon cam paigning for the first time with President Eisenhower at his side told cheering throngs Wednesday that Sen John Ken nedy is too small a man for the big job in the White House 1 In some of the strongest in vective of the campaign Nixon said Kennedy was the great est economic ignoramus the country had ever seen He said his opponent had traveled the land telling the people his par tys program would cost only billion but not telling where the money would come from NIXON AND Eisenhower made their campaign debut to gether before a crowd of 60000 at Long Islands Roosevelt Field shopping center then set out on a daylong quest with Henry Cabot Lodge and Gov Nelson A Rockefeller for New York states 45 electoral votes The GOP presidential nomi nee told Long Islanders that al though Kennedy claimed this is a time for greatness the Democratic lacked the Republican leadership that we were once enemies said Pfc Murphy 20 of Newj Haven Conn I Murphy expressed the concept behind the integration experi ment It has been two years in the planning by NATOs head quarters which feels the Soviet threat to Western Europe must I him to Pittsburgh and KMr Eisenhower is not a can didate Mr Nixon is And if he cant stand up people if he wont come and meet me in a fifth debate how is he going to stand up to Mr forming the headquarters unit of be met by integration of manKhrushchev power as well as of weapons Actually the President will Eventually ion Americans 100 not be accompanied by Nixon at French and ICO Germans will Pittsburgh and take part in the experiment Kennedy again sought to point up the divergence of views among some Republican lead ers by saying Mr Nixon took a ride through New York City today He had with hini Gov Rockefeller Henry Cabot Lodge President Eisenhower Where is Barry Goldwater I think it is only fair that they all NATOs Central CENTAG Army Group IF THIS headquartars group proves successful integration may be extended But how far depends on French President Charles De Gaulle who opposes full NATO integration get in the car and ride down The soldiers in the unit picked for their intelligence I high security rating and apti tude for at least one skilled trade All spoke at least one of NATOs two official languages French and English Now they are learning another language For Joe and Pierre it is Ger man For Kurt French CENTAGs officers also are mixed Their commander is US Maj Gen Christian H Clarke Kennedy issued a statement saying the administrations de cision to release an additional million for development of the B70 supersonic bomber was a transparent political maneu ver Kennedy said the Democratic controlled Congress actually ap propriated million this year for the B70 but the administra ma I vjcii ixiiriMian n r Hehas two assistants used only million of it Brig Gen Friedrich Bcrendsen That the Republican admin and French Brig Gen Pierre de Montjamont The officers too are taking language instruc tion istration waits until a week be fore the election to release the funds speaks for itself Ken nedy said SAME IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES While Flag Means No Traffic Death in Past 24 Hours st possible previous consulta tion NO SUCH nominee actually stature of current HENRY CABOT Lodge and I have been with the President commitment wasihave been in his presence when great decisions were made Nixon said President Eisen made when the agreement to establish the station was nego tiated State Department offi cials said They said they could not confirm that the United States would fire the Polaris from the submarines only after consultation with Britain The agreement they ex plained foresaw prior consulta tions in periods of emergency concerning the use of the tender hower not only restored dignity and decency to the administra tion he also has led America to the greatest progress in his tory Eisenhower warned the nation it may face the choice between the cataclysm of war or the principles that made the United States great on election day it The weather North Iowa Clearing Wednes day night lows 2732 Gener ally fair Thursday highs in lower to mid 40s Iowa Generally fair Wednesday night and Thursday Lows Wedriesday night 20s north west to 3035 southeast Highs Thursday 4555 Further out cloudy and gen erally warmer Friday Minnesota Partly cloudy warmer Highs Thursday in 40s Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Thursday through next Mon and other facilities of the staJEisenhower reiterated the ad tion itself But they said this ministrations determination to does not affect the use of the stand by Matsu and Quemoy submarines and their missiles and declared wherever the s e submarines You can move back to the be as Macmillan phrased military weakness that caused the Korean war or move for ward with the Republican tick et On the inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News 15 Sports 2122 Society News 262728 Latesf Markets 34 Mason City News 3435 Comics 36 Cloar Lake News 37 DIES AT73 CLEARWATER Fla John James Allan 73 a found er of the United Service Organ jizalion known to millions of j servicemen as the US died Tuesday He helped found the USO in 1940 while serving as assistant chief of chaplains of the US Army Erbe statements denied Drawn info politics highway group claims AMES Iowa Highway Commission charged Wednes day that it was being drawn into he gubernatorial campaign It also denied statements made by Atty Gen Norman Erbe the Republican candidate for governor The present Highway Com mission is interested in building roads not in engaging in poli tics a joint commission state ment said All the commission members are agreed that we should continue to maintain our strictly handsoff attitude with reference to the present polit ical campaign Three of the commission members are Democrats and two are Republicans The Dem ocrats are Harry J Bradley Jr Des Moines Kobert L Brice Waterloo and Harold J Teachout Shenandoah The Re publicans are William H Nich olas Clear Lake and Jo S Stong Keosauqua WHEN OUTRIGHT mis statement of facts are made concerning commission ac tions the statement said have no choice but to correct the record For one the statement said Erbe charged that the Highway Twins 2nd time in 10 months BUFFALO NY erick A Garrow was shaken somewhat when he got the news from the delivery room of Sis ters Hospital Garrows 26yearold wife gave birth to twins for the second time in less than 10 months Last Jan 14 it was twin boys Tuesday it was twin girls The Garrows now have five children The oldest is a 3year old boy Commissions annual report was purposely being held up un til after the election and he im plied that something is hidden in this report The truth is that the report will be released this week and would have been ready earlier xcept that computing machines used to prepare the report had been on loan to the Road Study iommittee the commission said The commission said that Erbe also had charged that road wid ening has suffered a lag under the present commission THIS PARTICULAR state ment contains a measure of truth the commission said but Mr Erbe failed to add that this has been so because of con tractual obligations entered into by the previous commission un der the administration of Re publican Gov Leo HoegK The commission said that Erbe also had made an absurb ac cusation that the commission Bible leads to youths arrest JACKSONVILLE Ma W A name in a Bible led officers to the home of a youth wanted for stealing hubcaps and hitand run driving Patrolman G H Rothweiler said he spotted a young man taking hubcaps from cars in a parking lot In trying to escape the youths car slammed into another vehicle and a Bible fell to the ground The inscription in the front led officers to the home of Dan Wei don Wilson 19 ALLAN DIES CLEARWATER Fla Commissioner John James Al lan 73 highest Americanborn Salvation Army officer in the history of the organization died Tuesday held a secret meeting at Fair field a month ago and awarded a multimillion dollar contract at the session The truth check of the minutes will readily show that this meeting at Fairfield was an open one the commis sion said It added that it had authorized an engineering study jy commission personnel and engineers regarding relocation of Highway 218 south of Mount Pleasant which has been a high accident highfatality stretch of road for many years One of lie handicaps the present highway commission has aeen laboring under since July 1 1959 is previous commission interested in build ing a record did just that but alsocommitted the present com mission by earmarking road widening funds for at least four years in advance This was an agreement we felt duty bound to honor the commission add ed COMMISSIONER Stfong said he was burned over the charges that have been made in the current political cam paign Since I came on this com mission he said its attitude has always been one of cooper ation and we have never had any major political differences He said that no multimillion dollar contract was let at the Fairfield meeting but that the commission had just set into motion the work on Highway218 stretch of road that has cost 14 lives in the last 11 years He said this was more im portant than any politicians word no matter what party he aelongs to I am more interested in sav ng lives than in worrying about the interests of reporters or politicians Stong added day with frequent but only minor daily changes Normal lows are in the 20s north and 45 to 40 in the southeast Normal highs are in the 50s Precipitation will average about 10 to 20 of an inch in eastern Iowa occurring as occasional light showers with little if any precipitation likely elsewhere GlobeGazette weather data Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 40 32 32 62 25 ALL IN A DAYS WORK President Eisenhower joins his partys top candi dates Henry Cabot Lodge top photo left and Vice President Nixon in mak ing V signs to the crowd gathered at Roosevelt Field shopping center in Long Islands Garden City At right is New Yorks Gov Nelson Rockefeller The quartet waa campaigning in New AP Photofax Yorks suburban and metropolitan areas In bottom photo an auto plas tered with Nixon signs travels Beside the open car carrying Democratic can clidate John Kennedy to another rally in the Los Angeles area The Demo crats appear to be doinfc thiir beat tflf ignore the intruder   

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